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    If you or a family member has an emergency away from home, ADT is there. The ADT Go system is a mobile app with an SOS button, crash detection, safe-driving reports, roadside assistance, and more. You can also keep an eye on your home no matter where you are with our customized security video surveillance systems and ADT doorbell cameras.

  • Home Page - Safe Streets


    Safe Streets is experiencing intermittent phone outages. If your call doesn’t go through please call (253) 389-0804 or email info@safest.org. Thank you for your patience as we resolve this.

  • Safe Street – Ivory Star


    Safe Street, founded by Sunny 106.5, will feature special guests, including AJ and Joanna in the Morning for an on-site magical photo activation.

  • 2020 Safe Streets Summit - Home Page | Safe Streets Summit - 2020


    Safe Streets Summit. Please join us for the 7th Annual Safe Streets Summit! The Summit is a collaborative effort between the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization, the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization as well as the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency to provide a local yet regionally connected approach to prioritizing and implementing Complete Streets throughout ...

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    68 reviews of Safe Streets USA - ADT Authorized Dealer "After several comparisons of security companies, ADT offered the best value for me. After requesting a quote I received a call back from their customer service.

  • Home [www.safestreets.org]


    Safe Streets is a program of Prevention and Recovery Services located in Topeka, Kansas. Safe Streets was founded in the fall of 1995 with the mission of creating a healthier community by addressing substance abuse and crime through prevention education and citizen empowerment. The vision of Safe Streets is “Peace in the Neighborhood.”

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  • Safe Streets and Communities Act


    The Safe Streets and Communities Act is a bill that was passed by the 41st Canadian Parliament 154-129 on March 12, 2012. When Parliament re-convened in September 2011, the Minister of Justice introduced the Safe Streets and Communities Act, an omnibus bill of nine separate measures. The measures include replacing the pardon system with 'record suspensions', mandatory minimum sentences for certain sexual offences and mandatory minimum penalties for certain drug offences, making it illegal to make sexually explicit information available to a child, increasing prison sentences for marijuana offences, reducing the ability of judges to sentence certain offenders to house arrest, allowing immigration officers to deny work permits to foreigners who are at risk of being sexually exploited, and enabling Canadians to sue state sponsors of terrorism for losses due to an act of terrorism. A particularly contentious aspect of the bill was the proposed enhancement of powers given to government authorities to monitor online communications, but this proposal was abandoned after an online petition opposing those measures garnered over 70,000 signatures.

  • Safe (2012 film)


    Safe is a 2012 American action thriller film written and directed by Boaz Yakin, produced by Lawrence Bender and Dana Brunetti, and starring Jason Statham, Chris Sarandon, Robert John Burke and James Hong. Statham plays Luke Wright, an ex-cop and former cage fighter who winds up protecting a gifted child who is being chased by the Russian mafia, Chinese Triads, and corrupt New York City police.Safe was released by Lionsgate Films on April 27, 2012. Upon release, the film received generally negative reviews for its screenplay, writing and pace. However, the film received critical praise for the action sequences, direction, the cast (particularly Statham), music and stunts. In addition to a critical failure, the film was a box office disappointment with grossing $40.6 million worldwide against budget of $30 million.

  • Safe Streets Act


    The Safe Streets Act, 1999 is a statute in the province of Ontario, Canada. In 2004 the province of British Columbia passed its own version of the Safe Streets Act (SSA), substantially a word-for-word copy of the Ontario version. The SSA prohibits aggressive solicitation of persons in certain public places and the disposal of dangerous things in certain public places. It also amends the Highway Traffic Act to regulate certain activities on roadways. The SSA was enacted by the Progressive Conservative government of Mike Harris and received royal assent on December 14, 1999. The act was created in response to what was seen as the growing problem of squeegee kids on the streets. By 1999, it was very common to see squeegee kids on some of the busiest intersections where they would solicit motorists for spare change. The Ontario SSA was affirmed by the Ontario Court of Appeal on a constitutional challenge after the Ontario Superior Court also upheld its validity in 2005. The Supreme Court of Canada has denied an application for review.

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